Rome on a Budget

Rome is the center of the Roman Empire which is the largest empire in the world! The city is known for its astonishing architecture. Since Rome has a huge impact on history makes it more expensive to visit. Check out these tips to learn how to visit Rome on a budget.

Taken from the top of the Vatican, on a vacation in Rome

Free Things to do in Rome

Visit Trevi Fountain- It is the oldest water source in Italy made of the same materials as the Colosseum. It spills about 2,824,800 cubic feet of water every day. According to legend, tossing one coin into the Trevi Fountain means you’ll return to Rome, tossing two coins means you’ll return and fall in love, and tossing three coins means you’ll return, find love, and marry. Keep in mind that it is illegal to steal the money from the Trevi.

Visit Spanish Steps- You can only enjoy the Spanish Step since sitting in them is not allowed. This place is a great spot for Instagram photos. The steps consist of 138 steps placed in a mix of curves, straight flights, vistas, and terraces.

Visit St. Peter’s Basilica- The ultimate symbol of the Vatican, is one of the most beautiful buildings in Rome with a history stretching back 2,000 years.

Trevi Fountain, Rome

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Don’t visit restaurants near tourist areas

Restaurants close to the tourist area are attractive but very expensive. It is recommended to go some blocks away to save a few euros. As the saying goes there is not such a thing as a bad pizza in Rome.

Pepperoni and Olive Pizza

Visiting Rome in June or September is best

Visiting Rome in June or September is the best way to save money on flights. Moreover, you will save on accommodation. You can avoid the crowd and enjoy the warmer weather.

Colosseum, Rome, Italy

Don’t use the taxi

Walking is highly recommended in Rome. It is a pleasure to walk around this amazing city. You will always be fascinated by every street and its architecture. In this way, you will save money and please your eyes.

Senada

Senada has been living abroad for 3 years. She enjoys travelling and wants to share her experience with you!

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